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01-10-2013 12:11 PM
Xpress Make sure the t-stat has a bleeder hole in the flat disk surface. Otherwise air bubbles will get trapped behind it and prevent it from popping open properly. The coolant needs to be touching the wax insert, hot air won't open it.
01-10-2013 07:56 AM
BAP after it warmed up it got to around 180 then droped way down to 110

i,ll pick up the 195 today

i did flush my system before i changed everthing..,,

thanks guy,s....
01-09-2013 09:23 PM
jokerchief462 Your Jeep needs a 195 degree stat. In the winter even the OE 195 will cycle and I can feel it in the heat output.
01-09-2013 07:46 PM
4Jeepn You might try to flush the heater core... after it warms up what is the temp reading?
01-09-2013 07:30 PM
BAP
? on t/stats

i replaced my water pump and t/stat today..i had to get the 180 deg. thermostat because thats all they had at the parts store at the time..
well after the job was done my heat came on better than ever then just went cold,,would the tstat cause this problem..?? im going to put my old tstat in tommarow and see if it fixes my heat,,,

what thrmostat are you all useing?? this is my first replacment

i have a 92 with the 2.5 5 speed..
any and all help would be greatfull,,,thanks

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